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It would have been nice to have an option not to check
or mount anyways in case of a "homemade" certficitate
for ssl-connections so one wouldn't have to buy a
"proper" certificate for small servers for private use.
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You can use "homemade" cerificates if you add them to the
repository of trusted CA-certificates of your system. For
Debian with OpenSSL this is '/etc/ssl/certs/'. Please
consult the documentation of OpenSSL.
Maybe we will add to davfs2 the ability to remember
certificates that where accepted once (like most browser do).
But I think it is not a good idea to add an option to accept
certificates without checking. This would be SSL without
SSL. It would promise security where there is no securitiy.
And that is worse than plain http. Many people don't
recognize that server authentication is the first and most
important service of TLS/SSL. Recent phishing attacks show
that we should not do anything suggesting there could be
security without proper server authentication.